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(New York Daily News)   Why did NYC Mayor de Blasio flip-flop on the clip-clop concerning the Central Park carriage horse ban? Let's just say cash rolled in with the hay   (nydailynews.com) divider line 19
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2014-04-23 11:17:59 AM
I never did understand why in God's name someone would try to ban horse carriages in Central Park.  Now that he's being bribed to change his position, it makes a lot more sense.
 
2014-04-23 11:33:51 AM

Marcus Aurelius: I never did understand why in God's name someone would try to ban horse carriages in Central Park.  Now that he's being bribed to change his position, it makes a lot more sense.


WAS bribed. Could likely be bribed again to flip back, now that the debate amounts to his side having grown adults making idiots of themselves vs. the sane side having Liam Neeson.
 
2014-04-23 11:43:33 AM
Yes, let's protect the poor horses of Central Park by sending them to be made into glue and dog food
 
2014-04-23 11:46:49 AM
He went from skeptical to supportive of a ban... I'm not seeing a scandal here.
 
2014-04-23 12:47:42 PM
Just your average political reaction to free speech.
 
2014-04-23 12:49:10 PM
Obvious tag out having a smoke, roll in the hay?
 
2014-04-23 12:53:27 PM

Marcus Aurelius: I never did understand why in God's name someone would try to ban horse carriages in Central Park.  Now that he's being bribed to change his position, it makes a lot more sense.


It was a PETA thing.
 
2014-04-23 12:57:33 PM

ArkAngel: Yes, let's protect the poor horses of Central Park by sending them to be made into glue and dog food


We could send the horses to a zoo in Denmark,,,oh, wait.
 
2014-04-23 01:38:30 PM

Lost Thought 00: Marcus Aurelius: I never did understand why in God's name someone would try to ban horse carriages in Central Park.  Now that he's being bribed to change his position, it makes a lot more sense.

It was a PETA thing.


Ah-hah.  That explains a lot.  Except for why DeBlasio would listen to them.
 
2014-04-23 01:40:26 PM

Lost Thought 00: Marcus Aurelius: I never did understand why in God's name someone would try to ban horse carriages in Central Park.  Now that he's being bribed to change his position, it makes a lot more sense.

It was a PETA thing.


That explains the reek of stupidity
 
2014-04-23 02:03:39 PM

Marcus Aurelius: Except for why DeBlasio would listen to them.


He had a mandate from unions, low-information young voters who weren't even born when Dinkins was in office, and old hipsters who thought the city was nicer when it was a murdertastic shiathole.
 
2014-04-23 02:38:25 PM

Gulper Eel: Marcus Aurelius: Except for why DeBlasio would listen to them.

He had a mandate from unions, low-information young voters who weren't even born when Dinkins was in office, and old hipsters who thought the city was nicer when it was a murdertastic shiathole.


When is that happening again?  You keep promising.
 
2014-04-23 03:53:55 PM
"Clip-clop"...


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2014-04-23 05:09:06 PM
Did not think I'd get to use this twice in one week.

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Roll, roll, roll in ze hay!
 
2014-04-23 05:12:54 PM

Gulper Eel: Marcus Aurelius: Except for why DeBlasio would listen to them.

He had a mandate from unions, low-information young voters who weren't even born when Dinkins was in office, and old hipsters who thought the city was nicer when it was a murdertastic shiathole.


Interesting, I don't "meet" many people that subscribe to the Post.
 
2014-04-23 05:32:17 PM

Moopy Mac: Gulper Eel: Marcus Aurelius: Except for why DeBlasio would listen to them.

He had a mandate from unions, low-information young voters who weren't even born when Dinkins was in office, and old hipsters who thought the city was nicer when it was a murdertastic shiathole.

Interesting, I don't "meet" many people that subscribe to the Post.


That's not quite derpy enough for a Post reader, it would need more about sociulizms and DeBlasio spending a year in the USSR as a kid which means he's just like Stalin/Lenin/whoever the Post author has a hard-on for that day.
 
2014-04-24 12:37:43 AM
Finally, something about this stupidity makes sense.
 
2014-04-24 06:33:34 AM

James!: When is that happening again?  You keep promising.


Too late, bub. Chicago's where you want to be nowadays for mindless killings, although we all know that Chicago deep-dish squalor sucks compared to vintage NYC squalor.
 
2014-04-24 11:07:11 PM
Banning horses from pulling carriages carrying fat tourists around when the temperatures are sweltering is a good idea and should have been done long before the government had to step in. But banning draft horses from being used for the very job they were bred for altogether is PETA-level crazy.
 
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